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Joe D'Amato Totally Uncut (1999)

The story of Joe d'Amato, Italian director of sexploitation and gore, narrated by himself.

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Himself (as Pierluigi Conti)
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Himself (as Luigi Montefiori)
Dirce Funari ...
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Black Emanuelle / Various Characters (archive footage)
Manlio Gomarasca ...
Himself, interviewer (voice)
Annj Goren ...
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Marina Hedman ...
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Rick 'Ercolino' Martino ...
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Himself
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Paola Senatore ...
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This film features an extensive interview with Italian movie maven, the late Aristide Massacessi, better known as Joe D'Amato. Through interview clips, and clips from his catalogue of over 100 films, "Joe D'Amato Totally Uncut" traces the director's journey from title designer, to director of photography, and finally to director of some of Italian cinema's most notorious films. D'Amato discusses his feelings about his life, his work, his relationships with such stars as Laura Gemser, and his distaste for hardcore adult cinema. Written by Jonathan Ruskin <JonRuskin@aol.com>

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Joe D'Amato Totally Uncut - The Erotic Experience  »

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Fantastic profile Italy's most prolific exploitation director
6 June 2009 | by See all my reviews

A refreshing interview with the legendary Italian cinematographer-producer-director who passed away in 1999 with close to 200 features to his credit as director. A large portion is spent on D'Amato's softcore sex films including his notorious EMANUELLE entries with Laura Gemser. They also briefly cover his porn career, which kept him afloat during his last decade or so. More interesting to me is the section focusing on his horror and action efforts. D'Amato has plenty of great anecdotes about actors and his low budget film-making including a story about an assistant accidentally collecting real bones amid the fake ones while shooting in a 2,000-year-old catacomb. Other interviewees include George Eastman and Al Cliver. I would have liked a bit more conversation about his Stateside Filmirage productions (not a single question about TROLL 2; granted it wasn't the cult film then it was now).


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